Silk Twill Scarf - Gaudi Architecture

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DIMENSIONS:150cmx150cm 

PHOTOGRAPHY: April 2004 at Parc Güell, Barcelona, Spain

STORY:  Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) was a Catalan architect known as the greatest exponent of Catalan Modernism. His architecture integrated crafts such as ceramics, stained glass and wrought ironwork. Between 1984 and 2005 seven of his works were declared World Heritage sites by UNESCO. His most famous work being the church of the Sagrada Familia. Parc Güell was opened to the public in 1926 after a construction time of around 15 years. The Twill Silk and design of this scarf highlight the complex patterns, character and colours of the small glossy tiles in Gaudi’s Artwork.

INCLUDED WITH YOUR SCARF: Designed Bluyonda box with magnetic lid/Tag with story about the image/Tag with ‘About Silk’ and Artist’s Bio/ Gift Tag.
FINISH: Luxury Hand Hemmed (110cmx110cm).

THE SILK STORY: Silk is known as the Queen of fabrics: Natural sheen that never diminishes/ soft, light and luxurious / Cool in Summer – Warm in Winter/ Absorbing perspiration yet letting skin breathe/ Promoting skin rejuvenation/ Hypoallergenic/ Eco-Friendly/ Biodegradable/ Easily Washed/ Great tensile strength and durability.
Confucius and Chinese legend narrate that around 3000BC the 14 year old Empress Leizu, wife of the Yellow Emperor, discovered Silk when a cocoon fell into her tea cup.She then developed the art of raising silk worms (Sericulture) and became known as the Goddess of Silk in Chinese Mythology. Being an exquisite, precious fibre, for many millennia, it was one of the most zealously guarded secrets in history.

CARE: Enjoy your silk garment – our printing techniques produce colours that will not run or fade.
With fundamental care, this silk scarf will maintain it’s vibrant colours and quality ‘Silk’ feel for many years.
As Silk is a natural fibre avoid drying in direct sunlight. Also, avoid contact with bleaches or solvents with alcohol such as some hairsprays.
WASHING: Use lukewarm water and a mild non-alkaline soap such as baby shampoo. Avoid soaking and rinse with a few tablespoons of distilled white vinegar added to the clear water. Avoid wringing or twisting and roll in a towel then hang to dry. Avoid using dryers.
IRONING: Most wrinkles can be removed by hanging the scarf in the shower and letting humidity work. While the scarf is hanging a steam iron can be used carefully avoiding wetting locally. If necessary use a cool iron setting (Silk Setting) on the back of the damp scarf – avoid too much heat.